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Human Computer Interaction seminars

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Series of external and internal speakers focusing on advanced issues in human-computer interaction, usability, design, and related technological and social issues.

Talks will cover all aspects of HCI . Researchers with interests in HCI , systems design, psychology, software engineering, cognition, and applications are the target audience.

Seminar is typically 50 mins followed by 10 for questions. For those that wish, the series is designed so that informal chat can then migrate to lunch.

Suggestions for speakers should be made to the seminar organiser – Rowanne Fleck.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Benjamin Cowan; Prof Andy Schofield; j.vermeulen; Dr Rowanne Fleck. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.


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